A boy and his father playing with a new toy may have caused an global sporting furore between Australia and Honduras, after allegations of "espionage" surfaced when a drone was spotted at Olympic Park.
"Regardless with the incident of the drone and also the possibility of the journalist from Honduras leaking the information regarding our team, I am very happy with the welcome here in Australia", he said.
Earlier this week, Pinto suggested that vital team information had been leaked out of the Honduras camp and was provided to the Australians.
After the 0-0 draw in the first leg, Australia now need to win in Sydney to qualify for their fourth World Cup in a row.
"If the head coach of Australia is watching the press conference, he has an insight into our gameplan".
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"The incident is embarrassing for such an advanced country". When Australia went to Honduras they checked every bathroom, every box at the stadium when they trained and also where they had the official training. The video shows more than anything, what the drone can show.
"It's embarrassing. It just takes some of the merit away from the fair play and the sporting event that will be held tomorrow".
The team promptly tweeted a video of the small device next to the caption: "Australia spy Honduras training from a drone, which caused upset to the team and Honduran delegation".
That's 8pm in Sydney and 3am for any hardy Hondurans looking to stay up and watch their team. The drone was brought down and the kids left the area.
"Let's not be innocent", he continued.
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"Just like VAR [video assistant referee] has made it into football, drones have made their way into espionage".
According to Honduran newspaper La Prensa, Honduras team management sent up drones of their own in 2016 to ensure no unauthorised parties were monitoring their training sessions.
Drone-gate is not the only incident that has involved accusations of murky behaviour. The players were eventually allowed to train on the pitch after wearing bibs and pullovers that hid the logo.
Pinto was also involved in a row with the media at the start of Monday's session when he tried to close training before the 15 minutes of open access allowed under Federation Internationale de Football Association rules.
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